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Analyzing a Vibrating Wire Transducer using Coupled Resonator CircuitsPOP, S. , PITICA, D. , BANDE, V.
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coils, damping, electromagnetic fields, frequency, transducer
power(11), vibrating(9), transfer(6), systems(6), coupled(5), technique(4), electronics(4), circuits(4)
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Date of Publication: 2015-08-31
Volume 15, Issue 3, Year 2015, On page(s): 87 - 92
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2015.03012
Web of Science Accession Number: 000360171500012
SCOPUS ID: 84940737028
This paper intends to be an approach on the vibrating wire transducer from the perspective of the necessary rules used for a correct measurement procedure. There are several studies which analyze the vibrating wire transducer as a mechanical system. However, a comparative time-domain analysis between the mechanical and the electrical model is lacking. The transducer analysis is based on a theoretical analysis of the equivalent circuit, on both excitation and response time intervals. The electrical model consists of two magnetic coupled resonating circuits. When connected to an excitation source, there will be an energy transfer from the coil to the wire. The maximum energy transfer will occur at the vibrating wire's frequency of resonance. Using the transient regime analysis, it has been proven that, in the response time interval - when the wire vibrates freely, the current through the circuit that models the wire describes the oscillating movement of the wire. A complex signal is obtained, that contains both coil's and wire's frequencies of resonance, strongly dependent with theirs parasitic elements. The mathematical analysis highlights the similarity between mechanical and electrical model and the procedures in order to determine the wire frequency of resonance from the output signal.
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